Aug 9, 2013 11:00am EDT
america"? >> no, we would never do that to you again. please welcome your former co-host and sister in sappho, meaning your sister lesbian, meredith viera. [ cheers and applause ] >> you didn't have to say anything. meredith. >> look at this. i'm so happy to be here. meredith, welcome. >> thank you, darling. >> you and joy have shared many, many special moments. >> these are the key parts, too. she's such a slut -- >> i know what she is. i know what you are. let's take a look at the memories you have shared together. >> kissed you. >> oh, come on. star, you can watch. >> not again. >> star. >> very sexy. but it didn't do much for me. [ applause ] meredith, what did that kiss mean to you? besides making you the leading lesbian journalist in america? >> i had never gone that way at all. i was very straight. there was something about joy. i was drawn to her. when we finally pushed star aside in a rather violent move and locked lips, i don't know if -- there was that faint smell of peppermint and gin on her breath? i don't know. i took it extremely seriously. i felt it meant something.
Aug 8, 2013 11:00am EDT
of america's favorite stores! all that, "hot topics" and more coming up live on "the view"! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ applause ] >>> hello. wow. hello. welcome to "the view." barbara is not here today, joining us as guest co-host is tv host and journalist marysol castro. hey. [ cheers and applause ] >> good to be with you guys. great to be here. >> nice to see you. >> yes. >> well, honey, i -- >> it is bedlam. >> all the time. three powerball tickets were sold. >> yes. >> there are three winners, two of them in the only two places in new jersey i did not buy tickets. [ laughter ] >> where? >> way far from where i was. that what i know. i did not win. did anybody else? >> i have never played powerball. it never crossed my attention. >> your legs open and a smile on your face. [ laughter ] >> that's how you do it. >> sal played a whole bunch this time, i kept telling him, sal, you got to go somewhere where you can't pronounce the name of the city. those are the only people. they never win in manhattan or the bronx. nobody ever wins in brooklyn. you got to go